Stay classy, Virginia. Black GOP Nominee Says President Obama Is Gay For Supporting Marriage Equality “Bishop’ E.W. Jackson, who is the newest GOP nominee for Virginia’s Lieutenant Governor position and the first Black person up for the job in over
Since the Norelco body groomer was not enough for them to focus on this month, One Million Moms have set their sights on Disney, urging them to email the company to stop the gays from holding innocent families captive at...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama may have made a slow start on gay rights issues, but by the end of his first term his record was such that a news magazine dubbed him the nation's "first gay president." Now activists want more.
Barack Obama may be America’s “first gay president” — but Bill Clinton is the (former) commander-in-chief GLAAD has chosen to
"The evolution of the nation's 'first gay president'" Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita thinks most NFL players will have no problem with an out and proud teammate. "I would argue that the overwhelming majority would be fine with having a...
(CNN) - He has been declared America's "first gay president." But President Barack Obama's evolution to that title hasn't been easy. His positions zig-zagged over almost two decades.
President Obama was dubbed “The First Gay President” by Andrew Sullivan last May, after his public announcement that his “evolution” in support of marriage equality was complete. It was a controversial homage to a man who at that point had … Continue reading ?
Walt Disney must be rolling over in his cryogenic chamber right now. On Friday, George Kalogridis became the first openly gay president of Walt Disney World, where he’ll oversee some 66,000 employees with a velvet, animated glove. Kalogridis began working at Disney World back in 1971, busing tables; then 17, he was hired before the [...]
The gayest place on earth now has an openly gay president. Orlando's Watermark reports: One of Walt Disney World’s first employees now has 66,000 cast members calling him “boss.” In August 1971, George Kalogridis scored a job bussing tables at The Walt Disney Company’s new theme park, set to open that October. Show More Summary
Asked by Steve Croft if the board of the Boy Scouts of America ‘should end their national band on gays in Scouting’ and if Scouting should be open to gays. President Obama offered an unequivocal and unqualified “Yes.” He then went on...Show More Summary
Ah, Obama: reaching for the ideal, but urging us to "act in our time," "knowing that our work will be imperfect."
A gay president reflects on what colleges should consider before asking applicants about their sexual orientation.
Barack Obama is already the country's first black president, and he's been called the first gay president. Now he has a new moniker: the first Native American President. At a meeting with Native American leaders, Swinomish Nation Chairman...Show More Summary
A Christian preacher is blaming homosexuals and President Obama for Hurricane Sandy (better known as Frankenstorm) and the havoc is is wreaking on the East Coast. Chaplain John McTernan took to his website, Defend and Proclaim the Faith, saying that the the storm is simply God’s judgement for gays, as well as for Obama’s [...]Show More Summary
Poor Andrew Sullivan. He was swept off his feet by the first gay president and then he he saw him throw it all away in one very poor debate performance. In 2005 Wizbang blog created the Andrew Sullivan Freak-out Advisory … Continue reading ?
Remember how conservatives howled when Newsweek ran a cover story declaring President Barack Obama "the first gay president" and showcased an image of him glowing beneath a rainbow halo? They will likely be happier with the latest Newsweek...Show More Summary
Since taking the helm at Newsweek in late 2010, Tina Brown has taken heat for cover stories calling Obama "the first gay president," celebrating restaurants amid a struggling economy, and portraying Michele Bachmann with crazy eyes, among others. But regardless of her editorial choices, Brown may have been fighting a...
Newsweek, which raised more than a few eyebrows this year for its covers proclaiming President Obama the first gay president and for calling his critics dumb, is out with yet another controversial cover story. This time, they call Mitt...Show More Summary
Other interesting stories in The Washington Post: “Who’s to say we haven’t had one already?” — Chad Griffin when asked when the U.S. will have its first gay president. The new director of the Human Rights Campaign, leading uphill battles...Show More Summary